Behavioral Pharmacology Undergraduate Student Posters
“Characterizing 17-β Estradiol as a Precipitating Factor in Heightened Stress Susceptibility in Female Rats.” Calatayud, Brittney, Univ. of South Carolina, Arnold Sch. of Public Health
“The Effects of Eating a High Fat or a Ketogenic Diet on Sensitivity of Female Rats to Methamphetamine.” Elsey, Madeline, Univ. of Texas at El Paso
“The Sigma1 Receptor Antagonist CM304 Enhances the Antinociceptive Effects of the Cannabinoid Receptor Agonists, but not Mu-Opioid Receptor Full Agonists in Mice.” Patel, Avi, Univ. of Florida
“Sex Differences in Cholinergic Regulation of Behavioral Responses to Rewarding and Aversive Stimuli.” Tat, Jennifer, Vanderbilt Univ.
Behavioral Pharmacology Graduate and Post-baccalaureate Student Posters
“Eating a High Fat Diet Enhances Sensitivity of Rats to Serotonin Syndrome.” Beltran, Nina, Univ. of Texas at El Paso
“Effects of Lorcaserin on Opioid-Induced Observable Behavior in Rhesus Monkeys.” Borgatti, Daniel, McLean Hospital/Harvard Med. Sch.
“Characterization of Delta Opioid Receptor Activity of MMP2200, a Mixed Efficacy Mu and Delta Opioid Receptor Agonist.” Burgess, Gwendolyn, Univ. of Michigan
“Structure Activity Relationship Studies of Psychostimulant Synthetic Cathinones Reveal Nanomolar Antagonist Potency of α-Pyrrolidinohexiophenone (α-PHP) at Human Muscarinic M2Receptors.” Chen, Yiming, Mercer Univ.
“Impact of Short, Long, and Intermittent Access Conditions on MDPV and Cocaine Self-administration in Male and Female Rats.” Doyle, Michelle, Univ. of Texas Hlth. Sci. Ctr. San Antonio
“CRF Release in the Nucleus Accumbens Promotes Arousal in Anticipation of Cocaine Availability: Implications for Stress-Induced Drug-Seeking.” Leonard, Michael, Tufts Univ.
“Studies of Continuous Lorcaserin Plus Buprenorphine in Rat Fentanyl Self-Administration.” Merritt, Christina, Ctr. for Addiction Rsrch., Univ. of Texas Medical Branch
“Single Prolonged Stress Provokes Depressive-like Behavior, Anxiety and Impaired Social Interaction in Females with Potential for Early Invention with Neuropeptide Y.” Nahvi, Roxanna, New York Med. Coll.
“Immune Modulatory Effects of Caryophyllene Oxide in Alcohol Related Behaviors.” Oppong-Damoah, Aboagyewaah, Mercer Univ.
“Microglial Targeting as a Therapeutic Strategy for Social Stress Susceptibility.” Pope, Brittany, Univ. of South Carolina Arnold Sch. of Public Hlth.
“The Adrenergic a2 Receptor-Mediated Discriminative-Stimulus Effects of Mitragynine, the Primary Alkaloid in Kratom (Mitragyna Speciosa) in Rats.” Reeves, Morgan, Univ. of Florida, Coll. of Pharmacy
“Neurocognitive Deficits Associated with Methamphetamine, Cocaine, and MDPV Self-administration in Rats.” Seaman Jr., Robert, Univ. of Texas Hlth. Sci. Ctr. San Antonio
“Potential Involvement of Peripheral Opioid Receptors in the Development of Tolerance to Mu-Opioid Receptor Agonists.” Sears, Bryan, Univ. of Michigan
“Time-of-Day Variation in Learning, Reward-Associated Behaviors, and in Rapid Dopamine Signaling.” Stowe, Taylor, Wake Forest Sch. of Med.
“Evaluating Combination Therapies for Treatment of Chronic Inflammatory Pain: a GABAA Approach.” Woodhouse, Kristen, Univ. at Buffalo
“Compulsion Zone Theory of the Self-administration Paradigm Explains Different Drug Durations of Extinction Responding with Different Cocaine Analogues.” Zinani, Dakota, Univ. of Cincinnati